Reclaim Sunday Weekly Blog

Christmas Day-Sunday, December 25, 2016

Happy Sunday!

Merry Christmas!

 When the infant Jesus was born the eternal light burst forth into the darkness.  The circumstances were less than ideal.  God weaves with straw to lay a bed for the prince of peace.

Today we behold the contemplation of an infant.

Born to receive love.

Born to bring hope.

Born to embrace those holding close.

Born to feed the world who first lets us feed with words of tenderness, song and delight.

Born of woman to bring forth in man the wonder of his rib.

Sweet infant Jesus, hear our prayer!

Show us your light to guide us.

Bring the honor of Joseph into the lives of every woman.

Still the concerns of disruption with the essence of our plea for life in you!

Bless every marriage and especially engaged couples.

Let us fall to our knees in adoration, for unto us a child is born!  Never will the Christ light leave for God's covenant is perpetual!  Child know you are loved, are wanted and the answer to our our longing.

Infant Jesus, radiant shine, freshness of Heaven sent... Let us answer your cry!  Come let us behold, born this happy morning in Bethlehem!

Merry Christmas to all visitors to www.reclaimsunday.net!

Peace!

 

 

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